- Designated fees include:
- Non-Resident Tuition
- Accident Insurance
- Student Center
- SBVC Student Representation
- Military service exception:
- If a student who is a member of an active or reserve military service receives orders compelling a withdrawal from courses, the District shall, upon petition of the affected student, refund the entire enrollment fee unless academic credit is awarded.
- Refund schedule:
This refund schedule applies to all fees listed in Section A:
- Fees are collected in error – Fees collected in error will be refunded in their entirety.
- Class cancelled by the college – If a class is cancelled by the college, enrollment and/or non-resident tuition fees will be refunded in their entirety. If that cancellation results in a student’s withdrawal from the college, refunds of the appropriate fees listed in Paragraph A will apply.
- Withdrawal from the college:
- Enrollment Fee/Non-Resident Tuition – If a student withdraws during the first two weeks of a full-term class or during the first 10% of a short-term class, enrollment fees and non-resident tuition fees will be refunded;
- Parking fee, Health fee, Accident Insurance fee, Student Services Card fee, Student Center fee, Student Representation fee, and Capital Outlay Fee – In order to be eligible for a refund, a student must withdraw prior to the first day of the term and attach decal/ proof to refund request within 30 days of instruction.
- Unit Reduction – If a change of program within the first two weeks of a full-term class or during the first 10% of a short-term class results in a reduction in the number of units taken, the enrollment fee or non-resident fee will be refunded at the per unit cost of the reduction.
- A student who withdraws from a class or the college after the second week of instruction for a full-term class or the first 10% of a short-term class is not eligible for any refund.
- It is the student’s responsibility to drop classes and pay all fees incurred.
- Refund processing fee:
A charge of $10.00 will be collected for each refund transaction not to exceed $10.00 per student per semester, except for cancelled classes or over-payment. Students must drop a class before it begins in order to not incur fees.
It takes approximately six to eight weeks to process a refund check.If a student wishes to apply the refund credit toward registration in another class, he/she must submit the drop and add at the same time.